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momentum = mass x velocity

=> mass = momentum / velocity

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If momentum and mass is given how to find speed?

Momentum = mass x speed so speed = momentum/mass or V=P/m


How do you find momentum with mass and speed?

p = mvwhere p is momentum , m is mass and v is velocity


How do you find the mass if you have the momentum?

Momentum alone cannot find the mass of an object as momentum is given by p = mv. To find mass m = p/v , velocity is also required.


What is the relationship between speed and momentum?

Momentum is directly dependant on speed and mass. Depending what is the mass of the object and what speed it carries, bigger mass n higher speed carries huge momentum


A scooter is moving with a speed of 18 ms. Its mass is 20 kg. What is the magnitude of its momentum?

Momentum is just mass times velocity. We assume that given that you can do the arithmetic.


What is the magnitude of its momentum?

The magnitude of its momentum is the product of its mass and speed.


What is determined by mass and speed?

Momentum


How does speed affect momentum?

The momentum of any moving object is (its mass) times (its speed).


What is Mass times distance divided by time?

Momentum. Distance divided by time is speed. Mass times speed is momentum.


How are momentum and speed related?

Momentum is calculated by Mass * Velocity (Speed is the magnitude of Velocity). If velocity increases and mass remains constant, Momentum (measured in kg m/s) increases and if velocity decreases, momentum decreases.


How is speed related to momentum?

Very, very basically, momentum is a combination of speed and mass of the object.


How does increasing the speed of an object change its momentum?

Increasing the speed of an object will increase its momentum as well (momentum=mass*velocity).


When the mass of a moving object is doubled and its speed remains the same its momentum?

If the mass is doubled,speed should be halved to conserve momentum.


How do you find velocity with mass and momentum?

momentum = mass X velocity


What is speed times mass?

Momentum = Mass x Velocity


What determines the momentum of an object?

The momentum of a body is detemined by its mass and velocity. To find the non-directional momentum, multiply the mass in kilograms times the speed in meters per second to yield the momentum in newton-seconds (N-s).


What is the momentum of someone running at the speed of 4 ms?

Momentum is mass times velocity. What is the mass of someone?


What is the equasion used to determine the momentum of an object?

Momentum = (mass) multiplied by (speed)


How could two objects travailing at the same speed have different amounts of momentum?

Momentum is both speed and mass. So if two objects are traveling at the same speed then the one with more mass will have more momentum.


An object with a mass of 1 kg and velocity of 10 ms has momentum of?

Find the mass of a toy train that has a momentum of 80 kgm/s and is moving at a speed of 10 m/s


If an electron and a proton have the same momentum which has the higher speed?

The electron, because it has much less mass than the proton and momentum is the product of mass and speed.


Mass of a body multiplied by its speed?

mass x velocity = momentum. (velocity = speed with a direction)


Which is not a force?

Momentum is not a force. It is mass multiplied by speed.


What is needed for an object to have a large momentum?

That would depend on what you consider "large".The size of an object's momentum = (its mass) x (its speed).So, more mass and more speed result in more momentum.


Can an object have momentum without speed?

An object can not have momentum with out speed because speed is what gives an oject it's momentum. Here is the equasion for momentum; momentum (P) = Mass (M) x Speed (V). So P=MV. This means without speed you have no momentum. Hope I helped, 2000AD